The Kate Cox case, and the attorney general’s threats against physicians and hospitals, exemplifies the “circular” logic of abortion law in Texas.
Over the past five years, eighteen independent clinics in Texas shuttered or stopped abortion services. Today only two are still standing.
A conversation on abortion rights with the Dallas lawyer whose argument against Texas’s abortion law changed the course of history.
Representative Candy Noble wants to ensure that governmental entities (i.e., the Capital City) can’t fund travel, childcare, or other support for abortion-seekers.
Ken Paxton Wants to Ban Abortions Before Texas’s Trigger Law Kicks In. A Judge Has Said No, for Now.
Some clinics are resuming abortion services while waiting for the state’s trigger law to go into effect. Paxton says he’ll appeal.
After the state’s abortion ban went into effect last year, the president promised a response that experts say has not materialized.